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BJP appeals to unemployed youth in Telangana ahead of elections

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) state executive committee meeting in Champapet on Monday decided to target Telangana’s unemployed youth with their ‘Vote for Lotus to Ensure Jobs to All Eligible Youth’ slogan for the upcoming Telangana elections.

At the meeting, BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar urged the party’s cadre to launch door-to-door, convincing people that only a double-engine sarkar would benefit the state on all fronts.

The BJP in Telangana has also decided to launch the ‘Maha Jana Sampark Abhiyaan program’ from May 30 to June 30 as an explanation for the programs launched by the Narendra Modi government-led Centre over the last nine years.

Sanjay stated that the Telangana government, led by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, has failed to implement developmental programs initiated by the Narendra Modi government, and he urged party leaders to campaign for the programs among the people through the Praja Sangrama Yatra.

“When the entire world was reeling under severe economic crisis during the Covid-19 pandemic, it was Modi who is credited with making India grow as an economic power from 10th to fifth position,” Sanjay said, highlighting the Modi government’s measures for the upliftment of the poor, including the construction of toilets under Swachch Bharat Abhiyan and the supply of free rice and wheat to the poor, among others.

Sanjay stated that the Modi government spent more than Rs 16,000 crore on rural infrastructure development in Telangana, in addition to Rs 35,000 crore on various railway projects and Rs 1.50 lakh crore on national highways in the state. “The Centre also sanctioned 2.40 lakh houses for weaker sections in the state and is ready to sanction another five lakh houses. But the KCR government was not constructing the same.”

“It also released 11.50 lakh LPG connections to the poor people in the state,” he said, adding that the restoration of Ramagundam Fertilisers Company at a cost of Rs 6,200 crore mitigated the fertiliser scarcity in the state.

“If there had been a double-engine sarkar in Telangana, the people of the state would have got far more benefits from the Centre, in health, housing, rural economy, drinking water supply and other schemes,” said the state BJP chief.







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